lauren: breaking news this morning. the wife of the terrorists have been omar mateen could be charged with accessory pg scouted targets i disney world and knew of the attack plan. a live report. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. searching disney world property for a 2-year-old who was attacked and dragged into the water by an alligator. all i send janet yellen as they get the latest assessment of the latest economy and the possible impact of the vote to leave the
european union. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell and ahead of the conference hired by 50 points. nasdaq higher by 14. nicole: asia stocks rose despite a decision to delay it added thanks to the american index. in japan, stocks edge higher as well. lauren: oil prices 4794. nicole: federal government tells whole foods to clean up its act by the end of the month. the fda finding serious violations at approved licensing plan. nicole: reportedly expanding to las vegas the city's first pro team. fan sign up for more than 12 hours industry yesterday to pay respects to hockey great gordie howe appeared nicole: it is 5:01 a.m. in new york in wednesday, june 15th.
welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. lauren: the search continues for a child who was dragged into the water by an alligator at a disney resort. the incident happened last night near the grand floridian resort and spa. >> the father entered the water and tried to grab the child, was not successful in doing so. at some point and told him that there may have entered the water. the parents diligently tried to get the child. lauren: the 2-year-old child is on vacation with his family from nebraska. sheriff says no other reason reports of similar alligator attacks at the lake. 50 law enforcement personnel are searching the lake just days at the worst mass shooting in u.s. history pattern and does pulse
nightclub. nicole: the wife of her landed terrorist omar mateen could be charged as soon as today. she knew of his plans for the attack and had driven him to the gay nightclub on a previous occasion. we will talk to jeff flock live in orlando. reporter: good morning to you. we've looked at my position closer to the pulse nightclub. we were closer this morning to the first charges in this case. according to reuters, a grand jury has been paneled, hearing evidence against the current wife, not defuse her with mr. mateen's ex-wife who has been speaking out. she has indicated that she did have prior knowledge of the plot. angus king, member of the senate intelligence committee calling her a person of interest after a briefing yesterday.
it is believed she would be charged in direct connection with the plot as an accessory to the 49 murders and was failure to notify authorities. jeh johnson, the homeland security secretary did not confirm this but did talk to reporters. >> when someone self radicalized is, there's almost always someone close to the individual who sees the science, who might be aware of what is going on, who was aware they are plotting a act of violence and headed in that direction. >> asked for omar mateen himself, the information we heard yesterday about the complexity of what motivated him continued. others say it does appear that there was some confusion on his own sexual orientation. listen to peter king of new
york. >> his idea of islam to hate gay, the fact that when he would get angry at his coworkers, whatever he was chanting or yelling about, the intense religion and the inner turmoil about being gay. it just seems like a dollar prompted one night. reporter: reminding you that mr. mateen frequented the pulse nightclub for a period of three years and also was involved on it taking up for gay folks. that's the latest from here. more details later today. lauren: omar mateen's father spoke out yesterday. what do they say? reporter: he is the one person who is still disputing the fact that perhaps his son was gay.
he went to the nightclub. he was only chasing the nightclub for a target. a three-year case in job would be hard to explain, but there you go. it's interesting if his father is now finding out that he has gay, many parents learned only after their children were dead that they were gay as well. out in death perhaps my than 1%. nicole: jeff flock live in a bandit with breaking news and latest updates. we appreciate the report. lauren: thank you. dear linda shooting massacre sparked a political debate over muslim immigrants. donald trump fired back hours after the president strongly criticized the presumptive republican presidential nominee. >> once again, we have seen the political correctness. they don't want to talk about the problem. i watched president obama today
and he was more angry at me then he was at the shooter. lauren: peter bynes has more about this from washington. >> president obama found an ally in the speaker of the house i'm not muslim immigrants when he first proposed in december after the san bernardino shootings, right opposed it. and when asked about it again, here is what the speaker said. >> i don't anger muslim van is in the interest. the smarter way to go in all respects is to have a a security testing of religious test. >> the president met with his security team. he rips into trump not only for his muslim van, but also hillary clinton for declining to use the term radical islam and the terror attack here in the fight against his face. >> they know full well who the
enemy is. so did the intelligence and law-enforcement officers who spend countless hours distracting plot and protect a non-americans. including politicians who tweet and appear on cable news shows. reporter: it is political rhetoric. back to you in new york. lauren: peter barnes, thank you. nicole: a fox news poll for the first time since 2012 times more than half of americans approve of the job president obama is doing. 51% of voters approve of the job performance while 46% disapprove. lauren. lauren: meanwhile 37% say the president's policies have helped the nation's economy, but are
defied% think the obama administration has hurt the economy. 27% say his policies haven't made much of a difference. nicole: 39% think the administration is that the country weaker. 40% believe america stronger under the leadership. the poll was conducted before sunday's terror attack in orlando. lauren: presumptive presidential nominee hillary clinton meeting with bernie sanders in downtown washington d.c. the private bidding last night after clinton won the district of columbia in the final primary of 2016. both campaigns described the meeting as a positive discussion about their primary campaign, about unifying the party and about the dangerous threat that donald trump poses to our nation. end quote. they did not appear together in public yesterday. clinton will campaign in virginia today. lauren: more violence as people take to the streets to protest food shortages. an opposition party lawmakers
said the men were shot dead during brooding and rights yesterday bring the number of fatalities from this wave of unrest to at least four. a police man and soldier have been arrested. 27 people were injured in the eastern coastal town. venezuela is in the grip of crisis driven in part by low prices for oil. the country's main export. lauren: will find out what is going on with the federal reserve today. central bank policymakers that i chair janet yellen widely expect you to leave interest rates unchanged at the dismal jobs report. investors will look through closely for clues about whether officials are open to a rate increase in july or if they want to wait for more economic data. fox business will have full coverage and analysis of the federal reserve announced its decision. it all starts at 2:00 p.m. eastern time followed by janet yellen's news conference at 2:30 eastern time. nicole: of course the local pointing to here this afternoon.
initiate a mixed bag. the korea kospi down one 10th of 1%. the shanghai f1 .5%. the nikkei japan up one 3%. lauren: global stocks are rebounding today. european stocks open higher in trading to the upside. the ftse in london up 1%. and the cac in paris up 1.8% this morning. nicole: we've had selling for four days. however, today a different picture. green arrows for markets here at home. the future 64 points to the upside. all three of those about one third to the upside. lauren: head of the $47.99 crude is trading right now down 1%. cooled down $3 a quarter of 1%. >> the food and drug
administration sending it to safety letter to whole foods given the pressure to the end of the month to correct problems that a massachusetts plant that supplies ready to eat products at stores across the northeast. the fda notice serious violations free and whole foods fail to manufacture, package and store foods in ways that reduce potential for contaminations. whole foods says it has corrected each of the issues i do it in the warning letter from the fda in february. lauren: coming up, the hiring processes of air traffic controllers at lawmakers with taking two issues later today. we will have that story coming up for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here.
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♪i, i will always love you, i...♪ nicole: good morning. 5:15 a.m. in new york or that they are caught up on what's happening now. authorities are searching a lake in the walt disney world resort for a 2-year-old boy who was dragged into the water by an alligator last evening. the boy's father attempted to fight the alligator but was unsuccessful. the wife of a gunman who killed 49 people and in orlando gay nightclub may be charged. law law enforcement session of his plans for the attack at the source as a federal grand jury has been convened and could charge someone's wife as early as today. fed chair janet yellen will meet
with reporters this afternoon when the fed wraps up its two-day meeting. committee members are not expected to raise interest rates let's check your stock market futures after four days of selling. dow futures at 68. s&p futures nicole of seven ande nasdaq up 17. lauren. lauren: we will take it. thank you, nicole. today's headlines dining with this one. wal-mart with a billion dollars marriage under strain as both companies based on growth. the big-box retailer challenging the giant they put numerous store thymus shall assemble when prices. just last year. she sold $10 billion worth of goods to wal-mart. buber to raise $2 billion in a leveraged loan market. along with her and the amount raised in that inequity by the ridesharing company by $15 billion. a rare appearance at cbs and paramount. the 93-year-old media mogul
stayed in his vehicle while he met with executives. and you have a follow-up to our trouble in the skies investigation. the house panel holds a hearing today into the hiring and training processes of the federal aviation administration air traffic control system. the hearing comes after the investigation exposed spot hiring practices. the investigation discovered the new air traffic control for crews had access to answer in a key test that help them get jobs at the faa. they found to achieve diversity discarded 3000 qualified aviation school graduates even though they follow procedures and obtained faa accredited degrees. an air traffic control. nicole: speaking of flying, britain soulmate -- britten norman which makes small plane says too many regulations are hurting his business and the
company wants to get its message out. brigid norman is using one of his plans to fly a banner across the u.k. urging voters to back a british exit from the e.u. fox business will have complete coverage analysis of british exit rows friday, june 24th. let's start right here at 4:00 a.m. p.m. a.m. 4:00 a.m. on friday lauren and i won't be here for that. this week's guest, wall street week, chairman and ceo james crowe spelled. the fed will raise interest rates today. when a rate hike does come, it will take a toll on the housing market. >> it's awfully hard for people to afford homes. for example, if interest rates went up 100 basis points, that would be an increase or 20 or 25% in payments. that may not a lot of people out of the housing market. >> you can see more friday
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♪ nicole: the trial or the trial or for those iconic opening as to led zeppelin's stairway to heaven has begun in los angeles. the sound was played for jurors tuesday in the case that claims led zeppelin stole the riff from the grand spirit sound the estate trustee for the late songwriter jimmy page and robert plant hurt spirit songs while on tour with them in 1968. led zeppelin released a stairway to heaven in 1971. the core progression is not a is
not at all and there is none the copyright to it. jimmy page and bandmate paul jones are all expected to testify at the trial. nicole: the start of summer olympics and readdress closer the organizers ceremony yesterday to an alpha design of its olympic medals. also yesterday the world health organization's emergency committee held its third meeting. dr. david hammond said once again there should be no restrictions on travel to brazil during the olympics. >> the committee concluded there is a very low risk of further international spread of zika virus as a result of the olympics and paralympics, which is already though and there is very low risk of further international spread from the olympics. lauren: having the olympics in august which is during the winter in brazil means the mosquito population will be smaller and that reduces the risk of spreading the virus.
nicole: good news there. the national hockey league reportedly has decided to expand and put a new gym in las vegas. the formal announcement will be made after the nhl board of governors meeting in las vegas. the new team will play and t-mobile are they not a multipurpose building on the south end of the las vegas strip. the owner is a wealthy businessman. the franchise to be the first major professional sports franchise in las vegas. one report says a new team will be called the black knights. thousands of people said goodbye to hockey great lordy how. the fairness and unfairness of the night to pay their respects to the hockey hall of famer. he died friday at the age of 88. took place at the joe louis arena where he played for the detroit red wings for 25 years, winning four stanley cups. the u.s. open starts there is day.
the course is known to be tough for golfers and apparently for the caddies as well. amateur chris crawford broke his ankle yesterday during practice and he slipped on the wet grass around in a bunker and slid into the bunker. official place at the open starts on thursday. nicole: poor caddie. coming up, the wife of terrorists that one could soon be charged to accessory to murder. she knew of his plan to kill. meanwhile after president obama rips into doubt trump, the republican nominee fired right back. >> i watched president obama today and he was more angry at me than he was at the shooter. >> a live report from orlando coming-out gate investors focused on the federal reserve policy meeting today. while both said sherri jennie gallant made by a possible from the european union. how could that affect investors here. we will tell you what to expect.
nicole: break-in is this morning. the wife that terrorist someone could be charged at 49 counts of accessory to murder as soon as today. she apparently scattered target by disney world they knew of the attack plans. a live report from orlando. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. a tough week for them but to say the least. now surging disney world top 30 for a 2-year-old who was attacked and dragged into the water by an alligator. all i send jennie gallant said policymakers as they give an
assessment of the u.s. economy and the possible impact of british go to lead the european union. let's check out your stop rocket futures ahead of the conference this afternoon. four days of selling, but today dow futures up 63, s&p futures up six. lauren: in china, stocks up 1.5% even though the decision to delay adding stocks to a key market index was delayed. in japan, stocks up 24%. nicole: the peanut oil which continues to slide is now at 4794 down over 1%. nicole: the federal government told holders to clean up your act. serious violationviolation s at a food processing plant. tranter and sports, the leak reportedly expanding to las vegas. the city's first pro team and fans are lining up for more than 12 hours in detroit yesterday to pay their respects to hockey great gordie howe. highlights coming up.
lauren: at his wednesday, june 15th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, the latest break-in is and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: the search continues for a child who is dragged into the water by an alligator at a disney resort. the incident happened last night during the grand floridian resort and spa. a news conference a few hours ago. >> they were simply relax in an area and wading in the water there along the lake's edge at the time that the alligator attacked the child. nicole: the sheriff said the father entered the water, try to grab the child was not successful. the child's mother may have gone into the water to help as well. the 2-year-old child was on vacation with his family from nebraska. more than 50 law enforcement personnel are searching the lake just days after the worst mass shooting in u.s. history at orlando's pulse nightclub.
transfer the wife of omar mateen are discharged today. she knew of planned for the attack and had driven him to the gay nightclub on a previous occasion. jeff flock live with the very latest. reporter: gorin indeed a lot going on in orlando this morning. the question is what did she know and when did she know it? she'd been the wife -- and i say wife. there apparently is no marriage certificate that has been located in wife or perhaps common wildlife of omar mateen, the shooter in the pulse nightclub massacre. she has been questioned by authorities. evidence is apparently being presented to reuters to a grand jury that will consider charging not in direct planning of the attack, perhaps as an accessory to the 49 murders in failure to let authorities know what was going on. to the extent she did not and at
this point we are not 100% sure. they're pretty darn sure at this point that omar mateen was self radicalized and not working in concert with an overseas terrorist organization. jeh johnson, homeland security secretary. >> this individual was someone who self radicalized. there is no evidence at this point he was part of a group or a cell vaccine here in the united states and there is no evidence at this point that this is a terrorist directed attack. reporter: as you might guess, horrific stories coming out about what went on inside the pulse nightclub both from the survivors as well as doctors that treated them. even video and sound from inside, leading some folks in congress to again talk about guns.
i give you one of them, one of the voices this morning. >> they are congress will stand firm over the silence but do absolutely nothing. don't even talk about it, don't even bring it up. they are complicit in this by not acting in not taking a stance in some way. reporter: this of course has bought a debate about what to do about situations like this and how to hack them off in the future and differing viewpoints on that. president obama will be here in orlando tomorrow to stand in solidarity with the community. lauren. lauren: jeff, we have heard from omar mateen's father. he spoke out yesterday. what are his views in oz? >> increasingly, evidence is developed that indicates the omar mateen was not so much coming to the club to case that,
but maurice perhaps for his own interests, coming here for as long as three years perhaps, using a gay dating app. authorities even seem somewhat convinced that he was in fact gay. his father seems to be the one thing that couldn't be. he was a. conflict in opinions about that. nicole: his father wouldn't even say the word gay. developing story. jeff flock live in our vendor. lauren: thank you, jeff. tragedy olindo massacre sparked debate over emigrants donald trump fire back at president obama hours after the president strongly criticized the presumptive republican nominee. >> once again, we have seen that political correctness is deadly. they don't want to talk about the problem. and i watched president obama
today and he was more angry at me than he was at the shooter. nicole: peter burns has more on this from washington. >> president obama found an ally of the speaker of the house on donald trump's proposed ban on muslim immigrants when trump first proposed in september after the san bernardino shootings ryan opposed it. trump doubled down after the olindo shootings when asked about it again, here is what the speaker said. >> i do not think a muslim bandits in our country's interests. i don't think it's reflective of their principles and i think the smarter way to go in all respects is to have a security fast and not a religious test. reporter: the president met with his security team. he ripped into trump not only for his muslim band, but also trump's attack on the president and hillary clinton for declining to use the term radical islam in the terror attack here and in the fight against isis.
>> they know full well who the enemy is. so did the intelligence and law enforcement officers who spent countless hours disrupting plots. and protect you and all americans. including politicians who tweet and appear on cable news shows. reporter: as you know, clinton said she was happy to start using the term to charge that the president it is political rhetoric. back to you a knee-jerk. nicole: peter burns in washington, thank you very much. lauren: fox news poll shows half of americans approve of the job president obama is doing. 51% of voters approve of the job performance. 46% disapprove. nicole: 37% say the policies that help the nation's economy. 35% think the obama administration is hurt the economy. another 27% say his policies
have not made much of a difference. >> 49% think it's made the country weaker while 40% believe america is stronger under the president's leadership. this poll conducted before the terror attack in atlanta over the weekend. nicole: more violence in venezuela as people take to the streets to protest food shortages. an opposition party bomb opposition party bomb maker says a man was shot dead during booting and rice yesterday bringing the number of fatalities from this month's wave of unrest to at least four. a policeman or soldier have been arrested. another 27 people were injured in an eastern coastal town. venezuela and a crypto growing economic crisis driven in part by low prices for oil. the country's main export. nicole: central bank policymakers led by fed chair janet yellen widely expect it to be of interest rates unchanged after the dismal jobs report for may. investors will look for this statement on the economy very
closely for any clues about whether officials are up into a rate increase in july or if they want our economic data first. fox business will have full coverage analysis and the fed announces its decision at 2:00 p.m. eastern for a news conference 30 minutes after that. he caught up on the global market action overnight. there is a nation at the shanghai composite index up 1.5%. in china need cap one third of 1%. the only weak spot is the koreas cost me down one 10th of 1%. european stocks rally in this morning. 0.9% gain for the dax in germany in one and a quarter for the cac in paris. after four days of selling comic tout futures this morning have been a pair of an s&p futures of five. as far as the futures committee or percent for this month, 15% for july and the next two meetings are under 30 and 33%.
the last one of the year to 40%. likely we may not have a rate hike. lauren: down arrows for crude and gold. gold is at 1285 victory asked. the food and drug administration sending a warning letter to whole foods giving the grocery until the end of the band to correct problems that a massachusetts plant. supplies ready to the products that stores across the northeast. they noted violations in whole foods fail to manufacture, package and store food in ways that reduce potential for contamination. whole foods says it has correct to feature the issues identified in an earlier warning letter from the fda in february. lauren: ballad not bode well for the staff. expose flaws in the hiring process of air traffic controllers, lawmakers on capitol hill will dig into the issues. we will have the story for you. britain's only independent
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lauren: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. authorities searching update at a walt disney world resort or a 2-year-old boy dragged into the water by an alligator last night. the boy's father attempted to fight off the gator but was unsuccessful. this is a parents worst nightmare. the wife of the gunman who killed 49 people at orlando's gay nightclub might be charged. she knew of his plans for the attacks are the source says a federal grand jury has been convened and could charge someone's life as early as
today. janet yellen will meet with reporters this afternoon when the fed wrapped up a two-day meeting. committee members are not expected to raise interest rates at this meeting. because of the may jobs report, we as stock market futures rising for the first time in five days. dow futures 56 points. 5.5 points, nasdaq futures higher by 13-point. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: here's a look at the headlines of today's edition of "the wall street journal" "the wall street journal." wal-mart and p&g commit $10 billion marriage under strain as both based on growth. the retailers challenging consumer products by putting our store brands on shelves in the ring prices. just last year, p&g sold $10 billion worth of goods for wal-mart. that alone would bring the amount raised in debt and equity by ridesharing company to about $15 billion. redstone makes a rare appearance at cbs and paramount.
the 93 euros media mogul stayed in his vehicle while he met with executives. now a follow-up to her trouble in this guy's investigation. a house panel holds a hearing today into the hiring and training practices of the federal aviation administration's air traffic control. the hearing comes after a fox is this investigation exposed spot hiring routine. last year the investigation discovered the newest air traffic control recruits have access to the answers on a key test that help them gain jobs with the faa. a discarded 3000 qualified aviation school graduates even though they followed procedure and obtained faa accredited degrees and air traffic control. nicole: speak in a fine comedy of the independent aircraft maker pushing for the country debate. the european union and next week's big referendum or britain or mimic small planes as too
many regulations are hurting its business and the company wants to get as much out there so it's doing this, using one of its planes to fly this banner across the united kingdom, urging voters to back her british exit from the e.u. fox business will have concrete coverage on friday june 24th. it's going to start right here at 4:00 a.m. eastern time. i'll bring the coffee, nicole. nicole: this weeks guest on wall street week as chairman and ceo james crowe spelled good although there is no chance of a rate hike today, when a rate hike does rate hike does come, it will affect the housing market. >> if interest rates go up, it is awfully hard for people to afford homes. for example, if interest rates went up 100 basis points, that would be an increase of 20 or 25% in payments. that may knock a lot of people out of the housing market.
nicole: you can see more friday 8:00 p.m. right here on fox business network. lauren: take a listen. does this sound like led zeppelin's stairway to heaven to you? ♪ in the trial over whether or not lead that the reps the song off. in sports, the national hockey league expanded to las vegas will be the city's first protein. fans lined up for 12 hours yesterday in detroit to pay their final respects to hockey great grey. highlights coming out. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
led zeppelin released a stairway to heaven three years later in 1971. page than the core progression is not an original and that. doesn't own the copyright to it. bandmates paul jones all expected to testify at the trial. nicole: is the start of the summer olympics the summer olympics in rio draws near, organizers held a ceremony yesterday to unveil the design of its olympic medals. also yesterday, the world health organization committee on zika held its third meeting. committee chairman dr. david heyman says once again there should be no restrictions on travel to brazil during the olympics. >> there is a very low risk of further international spread of zika virus as a result of the olympics and paralympics, which is already low. the risk is low and there is very low risk of further international spread from the olympics. nicole: the committee said
having the olympics in august during the brazilian winter means the mosquito population will be smaller, reducing the risk of spreading the virus. lauren: look at the latest in sports. the national hockey league has decided to expand and put a new team in las vegas. the formal announcement will be made after the nhl board of governors meeting on june 22nd in vegas. the new team will play in the t-mobile arena, a multipurpose building on the vegas strip. the team's perspective on her as to do business than bill foley. nhl's 31st team in the first major league professional sports franchise in las vegas. one report said the team will be called the black knight in days slotted for this said that division. thousands of people say goodbye to hockey great wordy how yesterday. defendants are not famous -- and not famous to the mine to pay their respects to one of the
most revered players. the attribute where he played for the detroit red wings for 25 years, winning four stanley cups. nicole: pittsburgh pirates snapped a five-game losing streak by beating the mets for to nothing less knight. taking a no-hit bid into the seventh inning of the second major league start was recalled from the minors before the game. coming up, a rundown global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." we have some of the areas. stay with us. ♪ if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you.
♪i will always love you, i ♪i will always, i will always ♪love you >> let's take a look at the global market action. 1%. german dax up 1%. cac of 1%. did you donate a referendum for britain but to accept the e.u. special coverage of orient the following morning. here's a look at stock market futures after four days of saladin, dow futures are higher at 58.
the s&p 500 up six. today the key obviously if the afternoon when we hear from gina galan. that will be this afternoon. we are going to talk to pride over to "mornings with maria." good morning, maria bartiromo. maria: hi, everybody. good to see you. it is wednesday, june 15. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. we've got breaking news overnight at disney world. authorities searching for a child attacked and dragged into a lake by an alligator. the incident taking place at the grand floridian result to officials of the city theme park holding a news conference about what happened, how this happened in the attempt to save the toddler. >> father entered the water and tried to grab the child, was not successful in doing